Better late than never, the iPhone X finally got its necessary TENAA certification – one that also revealed some of its well hidden secrets: its battery capacity along with its RAM modules.
According to its TENAA listing, the new iPhone X has a slightly bigger battery than the 8 Plus. It’s not a huge difference, but keep in mind that the X is more compact than the Plus model. We’re about to see if the AMOLED screen is more power efficient than the LCD.
|iPhone 7||1,960 mAh||2 GB|
|iPhone 8||1,821 mAh||2 GB|
|iPhone 7 Plus||2,900 mAh||3 GB|
|iPhone 8 Plus||2,675 mAh||3 GB|
|iPhone X||2,716 mAh||3 GB|
On the other hand, it comes with 3GB of RAM, whereas the latest iPad Pro comes with 4GB and it costs less. Perhaps the smaller display of the iPhone suggests that it doesn’t need the extra RAM?
What do you think?